A celebration of sound and light, illuminating the overlooked, bringing people together.
An opportunity to come together in the darkness of November, and explore new work by artists and creative technologists. Join us for a three nights of illumination, sound, curiosity and play.
An interactive installation with soundscape inspired by local birdsong. Haloes glow and sing out as you interact with them physically.
Events each evening, with hands-on activities for families, opportunities to contribute to projections, experiment and explore sound and light.
Torre Abbey becomes a canvas for mass collaboration and a celebration of people and place, with projection-mapping that evolves over three days.
Cliff surfaces see organic patterns transforming into creatures and new forms, connecting locations through the interplay of light and image.
Using silent disco technology, join the flock of over 100 people moving in tune with each other, following instruction and inspiration from a soundscore that weaves together snippets of natural sound, vocals and fragments of music.
Torbay Astronomical Society capture live images of the Moon, linking with real-time telescopes in the Canary islands, throughout all 3 evenings.
After ‘last light’, 100 dogs will be accompanied by a live music and a soundscape made from recorded testimony from local people - about the relationships and bonds we share with dogs, with each other and with our natural landscapes.